Why did Romare Bearden become a collage artist?: Romare Bearden in his studio, 1972

Why did Romare Bearden become a collage artist?

Romare Bearden was a visual artist who utilized painting, cartoon and collage to depict African-American life.

Romare Bearden

African American Urban History since World War II by Kenneth Kusmer and Joe Trotter (eBook)

Romare Bearden: Pittsburgh Memory (1964)

Romare Bearden - "Pittsburgh memory", 1964 - Collage of printed papers with graphite on cardboard.

"She-ba," 1970, Romare Bearden. Collage on paper, cloth and synthetic polymer paint on composition board.

lawrenceleemagnuson: “Romare Bearden (USA She-ba collage on paper, cloth and synthetic polymer paint on composition board ”

Romare Bearden: Up at Minton's, 1980

Romare Bearde (African American, Neo-Expressionism, Up at Minton’s, 1980 Watercolor and collage on board x inche.

Falling Star by Romare Bearden (1979)

romare bearden "falling star " this was on a stamp on a postcard I received today. ( I liked the painting on the postcard too : "fiesta day" by william victor higgins )

Romare Bearden

Romare Bearden A master of technique best known for his collage and photomontage compositions, Bearden consiste.

Romare Bearden - Fortune Magazine Cover -1968

Cover Illustrator of the Day: Romare Bearden FORTUNE January 1968 Romare Bearden, Illustrator Walter Allner, Art Director Original caption: For this special issue, Fortune commissioned Negro artist.

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